Sabian Xs20 Medium Thin Crash Cymbal  

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Combines fast response, bright tonality and a touch of power.

The Sabian Xs20 Medium Thin Crash has a bold, updated, professional look with hand-lathing cuts of wide blade grooves into the surface. This updated look combines with B20 "cast" bronze, the metal played by the pros--delivering a bright, musical and extremely serious sound. Sabian's super-hard and musical B20 bronze are formed to shape using innovative and cost-saving Sabian technology.

What makes the Xs20 crash cymbal so special is that this is 100% B20, the magical alloy that is pure Sabian "cast" bronze, the most durable and musical of all cymbal metals... the highest tin... the metal played by the pros, including Chad Smith, Jose Pasillas, Mike Portnoy, and Josh Eppard. It took ten years of research to design the world's first and finest budget-priced B20 bronze cymbal. Xs20 is the first B20 bronze cymbal to offer high quality at such a low price.


Another Sabian innovation. Order today.

 
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SabianXs20 Medium Thin Crash Cymbal
 
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4.0

Great Cymbal!!! [Short Sustain tho]

By Robert Kehler

from Hazleton, Pennsylvania

Comments about Sabian Xs20 Medium Thin Crash Cymbal:

I have a 16" Sabian XS20 Crash Cymbal. It was my first cymbal I ever bought, and i don't ever regret getting it!! It has a great price and great response. It has great piercing sound aswell. My only cons about the cymbal are that some people may feel that they need another bigger cymbal to accent it. This is because the cymbal doesn't have that long of a sustain.Yet it is only a "crash" cymbal. However it is a great crash cymbal for any purpose but don't feel confused if you want to go buy a crash/ride cymbal after having it for a while. {4.5 out of 5}

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